In Celebration of Scott's 38th Birthday
Participants get a 2020 RUN4BEIGEL-LONG ISLAND T-shirt!
Includes a Run4Beigel - Long Island 2020 Shirt!
All runners will receive a Run4Beigel mask!
Proceeds from the event are going to the Scott J. Beigel Memorial Fund. The fund will provide camperships to disadvantaged children touched by gun violence so they can experience and look forward to summer sleep-away camp. This fund is a non-profit 501(C) (3) and all additional contributions are tax-deductible.
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1. Run/walk whenever & wherever you'd like!
2. Starting on the event date go to elitefeats.com/Results - click on this event.
3. Search for your name - click UPDATE.
4. Enter your time.
5. OPTIONAL upload up to 5 photos!
EARLY REGISTRANTS (before 10/17) can start posting times 10/18 - 10/25.
LATE REGISTRANTS (after 10/17) allow up to 24 hours to post times.
BIB MAILING begins 10/13. Please allow 3-5 Business days to receive.
You don't need the bib to run/walk, it's a keepsake!
*LAST DAY TO REGISTER & POST TIMES IS 10/25*
The Peters Family
In Memory of Leon Weinstein
Weinstein Medical Holdings
Linda Beigel Schulman & Michael Schulman
The Kingston FamilySILVER
Vincent Lopes, CFP ®
FRIENDS OF SCOTT
Lon and Lisa Goldstein and Family
Mary Beth Baxter
Rabbi Susie Moskowitz
Hayden and Benjamin Masia
Adam Cline, CFP, CLU, ChFC
The Abramson Family
ABOUT SCOTT J. BEIGEL
Scott J. Beigel was a teacher. A cross-country coach. A counselor. A son. A brother. An uncle. A grandchild. A nephew. A cousin. A friend. A mentor.
Scott died a hero for the actions he took at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre in Parkland Florida on February 14, 2018. Scott was shot and killed when he unlocked the door to his classroom so as to offer his students a safe haven from the shooter. Scott sacrificed his life in order to save the lives of his students.
For 28 summers, camp was Scott’s home away from home. He first went to camp at the age of seven. His mother Linda gave him pre-addressed and stamped “fill-in-the-bubble” stationery to send home so he would not have to write letters at rest time. Scott returned year after year, becoming a beloved counselor and staff member. The summer of 2018 would have been Scott’s 29th consecutive summer at camp. In 2017, Scott joined the staff of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland FL. where he accepted the positions of ninth-grade geography teacher and cross-country coach. Teaching, mentoring, guiding and helping children of all ages flourish became Scott’s mission in life.
“He was a hero before he saved these lives. Just as many people who will be talking about Scott would be calling him a hero even if this didn’t occur. Obviously, a tragedy,” - Beigel’s sister Melissa Zech.